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Megan Devlin, Rachel Sanders | With a revitalized mural program and rumours of an upcoming mural festival, Vancouver is seeing more colour on its streets and will hopefully start to shed its reputation as "no fun city."
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Bahia Shehab
Charlene Sayo | The TED Senior Fellow and UNESCO Accomplished Women Speaker shares her thoughts on the Arab Spring, and choosing between being a spectator or participant in times of revolution.
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David Swanson | Riga, Latvia's capital, was chosen as the 2014 European Capital of Culture. These are some stories from Riga's creative community.
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Charlene Sayo, Andrew Sayo, Eirene Cloma | For this episode, New York-based street artist Gilf! discusses America’s wars of occupation, gentrification, art, politics, activism and smashing kitchens.
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The Swan Song
David Swanson | Dainis Rudens is a pioneer of the Latvian street art community. In this interview, we discuss his experience as a street artist.
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Adam Bemma | This week's #CityTalk takes a look at Montreal's graffiti art scene, finding out how the city is embracing street art on one hand, then taking stern measures against graffiti artists.
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John Bonnar | ART OF THE DANFORTH is a new art event in East Danforth that opened on Sunday and runs through June 10.
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Matthew Adams, Between the Lines | From caterpillar bouquets, to war reenactments, to "state produced agitprop" at the G20, to flash mobs, author Alan Filewod discusses the history and practice of political intervention theatre.
Activist Toolkit
| DIY recipes for resistance, from moss graffiti to safe flour based paints
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Constructing change tools from the activist toolkit
Steffanie Pinch | Spring is the perfect time for DIY street art and Occupying your city. I caught up with Occupy Ottawa and activist Obert Madondo to check in.
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Steffanie Pinch | This week, on the Activist Toolkit weekly roundup: tech tools to end violence and get organized, finding local banks, DIY sustainable street art and more!
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Ron Verzuh | A tour of Germany's cool capital contrasts the Cold War past with the corporate present through squats, street art and 'gentrification.'